Francis was also sentenced to 36 months probation upon his release from jail. He was ordered to complete an anger management course and undergo a year of psychological counseling, as well, the celebrity news website said.
Francis was found guilty in May after a two-week trial of three counts of false imprisonment, one count of dissuading a witness from reporting and one count of assault causing great bodily injury.
The charges stem from a Jan. 29, 2011, incident, in which Francis grabbed a woman he met at the Supper Club in Hollywood and pulled her into his limo. Two of her friends followed, thinking Francis would give them a ride to their car, but instead he took them to his gated home for a party and, they said, wouldn't let them leave, leading to physical altercations with the women.
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